SPE Symposium: Decommissioning and Abandonment 3 - 4 Dec 2019 Pullman Kuala Lumpur City Centre Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


Tuesday, December 03

09:00 - 09:30
G01  Opening and Keynote Session Pullman One
Speaker(s) Noor Ilias Mohd Idris - PETRONAS, Sahawit Vorasaph - PTT E&P PLC


Noor Ilias Mohd Idris
Symposium Chair
Vice President
Group Project Delivery
Project Delivery and Technology

Sahawit Vorasaph
Senior Vice President
Well Engineering and Operations Division

09:30 - 10:30
EP01  Executive Plenary Session: Strategic Partnerships for a Sustainable Future Pullman One
Speaker(s) YBhg. Dato' Haji Munir Haji Mohd Nawi - Department of Fisheries, Malaysia, Handan Ramli - PETRONAS, Lawan Pornsakulsakdi - PTT E&P PLC
Asia is set to increase its decommissioning activities as more fields are reaching the end of their economic life in the years to come. With limited experience, increased complexity and the involvement of multiple stakeholders, the implementation of an effective decommissioning and abandonment plan requires thorough verification, extensive collaboration and detailed planning. As the region advances its decommissioning activities, it is critical for industry to progress discussions and harness collective efficiencies to develop a roadmap to ensure the right technologies, capabilities and knowledge are deployed whilst maintaining a healthy balance sheet.

This session will engage leaders in the region to discuss opportunities and challenges, share experiences and lessons learnt, and deliberate how stakeholders can work together and focus on what can be done to keep the integrity of the environment and the decommissioning journey safe, efficient and effective.


YBhg. Dato' Haji Munir Haji Mohd Nawi
Director General
Department of Fisheries, Malaysia

Lawan Pornsakulsakdi
Vice President
Environment Management Department

10:45 - 11:15
eP01  ePoster_Session 1 Foyer, Level 3
The current presentation date and time shown is a TENTATIVE schedule. The final/confirmed presentation schedule will be notified/available end of November 2019.
Time Paper # Presentation
1045-1115 199191 Projects, Facilities & Construction Non-Destructive Testing Techniques for Offshore Underwater Decommissioning Projects through Cutting Detection: A State of Review N. Wan Abdullah Zawawi, M. Liew, W.S. Alaloul, E. Lim, U. Teknologi PETRONAS; M. Imran, Sir Syed U. of Engineering and Technology (SSUET); I. Toloue, U. Teknologi PETRONAS
11:15 - 12:45
P01  Panel Session 1: Rigs to Reef Pullman One
Moderator(s) Mohd Ikhranizam Mohd Ros - PETRONAS, Bert Fokkema - Shell
Speaker(s) Peter Macreadie - Deakin University - Blue Carbon Lab, David Paterson - The Marine Alliance for Science and Technology for Scotland (MASTS), Ahmad Ali - Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, Ann Scarborough Bull - University of California Santa Barbara
The scientific support for using offshore oil and gas structures to enhance the local marine environment as artificial reefs (Rigs to Reef) is building up in many countries. Experts in the field continue to conduct reef studies and publish their work in the Gulf of Mexico, California and North Sea whilst such studies are scattered in the Asia Pacific and Australia. Coordinated research partnerships in the North Sea and Australia (NDRI) are advancing scientific inquiry in this area, as is industry. A strong connection between the academic science community and industry scientists is essential to ensure that artificial reefs created by offshore structures provide clear benefits to the marine environment.

This panel session will bring together key stakeholders from the academic science community and industry to share knowledge, scientific studies and global, regional and local developments across Asia Pacific, North Sea and the Gulf of Mexico. The panel of distinguished speakers will discuss and share insights on key questions related to artificial reefing with the objective that the retention of artificial habitat can be positive where there is a strong environmental case and stakeholder support. These questions include:
• What are the knowledge gaps that might hinder acceptance of habitat retention as decommissioning alternatives by stakeholders in your region?
• What is being done to address these knowledge gaps?
• Are there any coordinated efforts within the industry and research groups?
• What are the research themes and timing of outputs?
• Is this research currently being coordinated at an international level?


Peter Macreadie
Chair – Independent Scientific Advisory Board, National Decommissioning Research Initiative
Deakin University - Blue Carbon Lab

David Paterson
Executive Director
The Marine Alliance for Science and Technology for Scotland (MASTS)

Ahmad Ali
Head of Fishery Oceanography and Resources Enhancement Section
Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center

Ann Scarborough Bull
Project Scientist
Marine Science Institute
University of California Santa Barbara

11:15 - 12:45
TS01  Technical Session 1: The Journey: Blueprint to D-Day Pullman Two
Session Chairpersons M Redzuan A Rahman - PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.
Time Paper # Presentation
1115-1135 199202 Management & Information Abandonment Roadmap from Operator's Perspective L. Rusman, B. Foong, M. Hamid, K. Wong, L. Maluan, K. Abdussalam, A. Ahmat Kamis, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.
1135-2355 199218 Projects, Facilities & Construction Digitally Transforming Front-End Decommissioning Planning F.D. Marfatia, Ajero Pty. Ltd.
2355-1215 199214 Projects, Facilities & Construction Managing Offshore Deepwater Decommissioning: Subsea and FPSO Decommissioning and Abandonment in West Africa S. Zainal Abidin, S. Mahasan, PETRONAS
1215-1235 199195 Projects, Facilities & Construction Decommissioning Cost Reduction by Effective Planning of Decommissioning Projects Using ‘Facility Removal Date’ as a Reference Point A. Tung, Aberdeen-Curtin Alliance (U. of Aberdeen & Curtin U.); C. Otto, Curtin U. Oil & Gas Innovation Centre
13:30 - 14:00
eP02  ePoster_Session 2 Foyer, Level 3
Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1400 199174 Management & Information Improvement of the Upstream Project Valuation in Consideration of Abandonment Expenditure (ABEX) Uncertainties A.A. Abu Bakar, I. M Jais, PETRONAS
1330-1400 Management & Information Invited Presenter - Tomasz Stanko T.P. Stanko, Schlumberger
14:00 - 15:30
P02  Panel Session 2: Enhancing Capability and Building Strategic Partnerships to Minimise Environmental and Social Impact Pullman One
Moderator(s) Kevin Roy O Flaherty - Offshore Decommissioning Services, Mohd Hafizuddin Saidi - PETRONAS
Speaker(s) Kayleigh Hughes - Environmental Resources Mgmt, Jens Klit Thomsen - Maersk Decom, Noor Amila Wan Abdullah Zawawi - Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS
As decommissioning projects in Asia move forward, careful thought and planning need to be put in place. Strategic partnerships with proper structures need to be developed, and the elements of safety, environmental and economic impact need to be carefully considered. As a relatively new industry, stakeholders in the Asian market are putting efforts to learn from more experienced regions such as the North Sea and Gulf of Mexico.

This panel will focus on:
• Project planning: Conducting comparative assessments, identifying existing resources and development of non-existing resources
• Strategic partnerships: By looking at examples of successful alliances created in other regions
• Environmental and social impact
• Economic impact: Recognising decommissioning as a sustainable industry subsector and not a necessary evil


Kayleigh Hughes
Senior Environmental Consultant
Environmental Resources Mgmt

Jens Klit Thomsen
Chief Commercial Officer
Maersk Decom

Noor Amila Wan Abdullah Zawawi
Institute of Sustainable Building
Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS

14:00 - 15:30
TS02  Technical Session 2: Regulatory Framework Pullman Two
Session Chairpersons Ryan Guillory - PETRONAS, Afriandi Eka Prasetya - SKK Migas
Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1420 199179 Management & Information Decommissioning: Turning Challenges into Opportunities, through the Eyes of the Regulators M.B. Akbar Ali, M.A. Karim, H. Rusli, PETRONAS
1420-1440 199207 Projects, Facilities & Construction Lessons Learnt from Ospar and The North Sea. The Importance of Establishing a Regional Decommissioning Agreement in the South China Sea Region A. Tung, Aberdeen-Curtin Alliance (U. of Aberdeen & Curtin U.); C. Otto, Curtin U. Oil & Gas Innovation Centre
1440-1500 199209 Projects, Facilities & Construction Determining Environmentally Superior Decommissioning Options for Hard and Flexible Pipelines P. Krause, J. Baquiran, ERM
1500-1520 199215 Projects, Facilities & Construction Alternative Method for Mercury Detection Using Square-Wave Anodic Striping Voltammetry P. Silakorn, C. Chanvanichskul, PTT Exploration and Production; W. Siangproh, Srinakharinwirot U.; O. Chailapakul, Y. Boonyongmaneerat, Chulalongkorn U.
15:30 - 16:00
eP03  ePoster_Session 3 Foyer, Level 3
Time Paper # Presentation
1530-1600 199203 Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility Stakeholder Engagement in the Decommissioning Process S. Genter, Environmental Resources Management (ERM)
1530-1600 Invited Presenter S.A. Canny, Weatherford
16:00 - 17:30
P03  Panel Session 3: Alternative and Innovative Technologies Pullman One
Moderator(s) Kevin Roy O Flaherty - Offshore Decommissioning Services
Speaker(s) Brent Boudreaux - JAB Energy Solutions II LLC, Michael Thomas Cunningham - Oceaneering International, Inc., Morgan Howes Roberts - Offshore Decommissioning Services, Syed Redzal Hisham Syed Abd Hamid - PETRONAS
The technical challenges for well and platform decommissioning revolve around the physical and mechanical barriers. Beginning with final plug and abandonment (P&A) standards, including alternative and innovative technologies in P&A, the challenges of P&A are followed by efficient topside and jacket removal, repurposing and/or disposal in environmentally sound manner.

For wells abandonment, the goal is to provide the equivalent of a rock-to-rock seal across the wellbore system as an eternal barrier. Improper abandonment execution may lead to serious HSE consequences down the line. Thus, the primary objectives of well decommissioning are to ensure compliance with relevant international, regional and local legislation and regulation, while finding the best practicable environmental option that minimises future risks for others users of the sea. The interpretation and application of decommissioning law and regulations and well plug and abandonment (P&A) standards will determine the final work scope.

For topside and jacket removal/repurposing and disposal, the goal is to provide environmentally and economically sound alternatives that meet or exceed regulatory standards. Improper removal and mercury abatement can lead to significant environmental impact.

The goal of this session is to provide an avenue for presentations and engaged discussions in pursuit of innovative and cost-effective methods in the current economic environment. The focus should be on both methods currently available, and the exploration of emerging technologies and practices.

This session will focus on:
• Keeping up with the latest trend on current best practices, technology and emerging innovation in decommissioning
• Gaining strategic insights through recent case studies of regional and international projects that implemented innovative processes and technologies
• Review of opportunities, risk mitigation and techniques in the field of well decommissioning and topside removal, planning and management
• Promoting greater synergy between operators and service companies to drive innovative solutions to efficiently decommission their assets


Brent Boudreaux
JAB Energy Solutions II LLC

Morgan Howes-Roberts
Chief Technical Officer
Offshore Decommissioning Services

Syed Redzal Hisham Syed Abd Hamid
Head, Project Management & Interface
Group Research & Technology

16:00 - 17:30
TS03  Technical Session 3: Holistic Repurposing Pullman Two
Session Chairpersons Shahida Abdullah - PETRONAS, Mohd Zhafran B. Sulaiman - PETRONAS
Time Paper # Presentation
1600-1620 199226 Management & Information Must Haves for a Credible Comparative Assessment K. Hughes, S. Jagerroos, Environmental Resources Management
1640-1640 The Influence of Subsea Pipelines on Fish and Fisheries: Current Knowledge and Future Research Directions D. McLean, K. Miller, Australian Inst. of Marine Science; J. Partridge, T. Bond, The U. of Western Australia
1640-1700 199190 Projects, Facilities & Construction Potential of Offshore Structure as Artificial Reefs in Shallow Tropical Water N. Wan Zawawi, M.S. Liew, E. Lim, W.S. Alaloul, I. Toloue, U. Teknologi PETRONAS; M. Mohd, M.A. Rahman, M.N. Nazri, C.H. Tan, Y. Mohamad, C.S. Lim, B. Mustapa, H. Shaari, Y.S. Hii, U. Malaysia Terengganu; M.B. Akbar Ali, I. Thiyahuddin, M. Abdul Karim, PETRONAS
1640-1640 Assessing the Ecological and Socioeconomic Value of Offshore Oil and Gas Platforms E. Harvey, J. Alexander, Curtin U.; M. Marnane, Chevron Energy Technology Co.; S. Watts, B. Saunders, M. Bunce, T. Simpson, R. Lines, Curtin U.; T. Elsdon, Chevron Energy Technology Co.

Wednesday, December 04

09:00 - 10:30
P04  Panel Session 4: D&A Policy and Regulations Pullman One
Moderator(s) Siti Shafikah - PETRONAS, Devi Putra - PT Pertamina Research Technology Centre
Speaker(s) Dave Sivaprasad - Boston Consulting Group, Georgia Derham - NOPSEMA, Syahrini Mokhtar - Petronas
In most countries, there is no specific law that deal with decommissioning and abandonment (D&A) of oil and gas facilities. Neither are there standards applicable to abandonment and the handling of residual liability post decommissioning and abandonment activities. Decommissioning is not a straightforward job as each job is unique, and safety and environment regulations have to be taken into consideration. Companies are facing difficult decisions when planning for their D&A strategy after production has ceased.

This session will focus on some of the common regulatory challenges associated with the decommissioning of petroleum facilities and the approach taken by different countries, with specific focus on the approach adopted by countries in Asia Pacific. While specific decommissioning solutions may vary between regions, this session will highlight issues and lessons learnt in decommissioning activities amongst regulators and industry players. This panel will focus on:
• What are the pragmatic approach in adopting decommissioning regulations without compromising HSE and minimising exposure
• Discussing what decommissioning regulations should include, scope of decommissioning, legal framework and reliefs of certain taxes
• Sharing on decommissioning regulations in the region


Dave Sivaprasad
Managing Director and Partner
Head of Boston Consulting Group Kuala Lumpur
Boston Consulting Group

Georgia Derham
Environment Specialist
Assessment & Inspection

09:00 - 10:30
TS04  Technical Session 4: Planning for Success Pullman Two
Session Chairpersons Sulaiman Sidek - PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd., Mohd Adeeb Aisamuddin - Oceaneering International, Inc.
Time Paper # Presentation
0900-0920 199192 Production & Operations Improved Rectification Procedure for High Annulus Pressure Issues during Production Phase M.K. Saharuddin, Setegap Ventures Petroleum Sdn. Bhd.; N.Z. Md Jusoh, S.N. M. Effendi, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.; I.I. Kamaruddin, L. Mohd Yusof, Setegap Ventures Petroleum Sdn. Bhd.
0920-0940 199198 Production & Operations Implementation of a New Methodology for Efficient Well Abandonment Operations J.M. Shine Jr, Saudi Aramco
0940-1000 199205 Production & Operations Standardisation of Inactive Wells Audit Process for Well Abandonment and Production Enhancement Candidate Screening E. Haryanto, S. Yersaiyn, A.H. Akram, F. Bouchet, H. Galal, M.A. Basarudin, Schlumberger
1000-1020 199180 Drilling Behind Casing Gas Identification Using Ultrasonic Wireline Logs: An Overview of Multiwell Field Plug and Abandonment Study, Offshore Malaysia A.L. Imrie, M.H. Zainal Abidin, A.A. Wijaya, P. Ting, U. Dhania, E.N. Mahardhika, Halliburton; L. Saw, S. Zulkipli, PETRONAS
10:30 - 11:00
eP04  ePoster_Session 4 Foyer, Level 3
Time Paper # Presentation
1030-1100 199212 Projects, Facilities & Construction Automated Marine Biomass Recognition in Uncontrolled Underwater Environment for Marine Biomass Evaluations in Decommissioning Options Assessment M. Mohd Thiyahuddin, G. Ithin, M. Samsuddin, PETRONAS Research Sdn. Bhd.; M. M Sulaiman, M. M Ros, M. Abdul Rahman, PETRONAS
1030-1100 199188 Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility Emerging Decommissioning Trends in South East Asia: Local Interpretation and Implementation of Recently Updated Legislative Framework and Guidelines S. Jagerroos, K. Hughes, Environmental Resources Management
11:00 - 12:30
P05  Panel Session 5: Transfer of Late Life Assets Pullman One
Moderator(s) Wararrit Toempromaraj - PTT E&P PLC, Chatawut Chanvanichskul - PTT E&P PLC
Speaker(s) Teeranun Charoensil - EMAS Energy, Prakasen Vatakkayil - Expro Group Ltd., Prayon Sonachai - PTT E&P PLC
In the next couple of years, the Asia Pacific region will witness large-scale decommissioning and abandonment (D&A) activities as these assets are reaching their end of field life with ageing production facilities and the nearing of the end of concession periods. Some of these fields have already started well plugging and abandonment (P&A), and pipeline and wellhead platform removals.

When these fields approach the end of their concession periods, D&A activities will also need to be carried out for usable facilities including wellhead platforms, pipelines and wells before they are being transferred. These facilities are critical in maintaining the production capability as per required during the transition period as these facilities will be utilised for further field development. Assets that are being transferred have to be continuously monitored to ensure that there is no negative impact to the environment.

It is a big challenge when selecting assets for late life transfer as there is very limited information and technical details available, coupled with limitations from contractual terms and conditions, and time constraint. This session will focus on:
• Understanding the practices on how to manage late life brownfields, asset integrity monitoring and trouble shooting
• Gaining insights and experiences in late life asset transfer of offshore operations
• Grasping the key challenges of transfer of late life assets and the technical focus areas
• Post D&A monitoring and best practices


Teeranun Charoensil
Technical Development Manager
EMAS Energy

Prakasen Vatakkayil
Senior Product Line Manager
Expro Group Ltd

Prayon Sonachai
Senior Engineer
Quality Assurance and Quality Control

Ken Beck
TSB Offshore, Inc

11:00 - 12:30
TS05  Technical Session 5: Applied P&A Technology Pullman Two
Session Chairpersons Robin Kueh Jing Zhi - PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd., Muhammad Hatta Mhd Yusof - PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.
Time Paper # Presentation
1100-1120 Drilling Invited Presenter - Hua Zhang H. Zhang, Schlumberger - Doll Research
1120-2340 199184 Completions Evaluation of an Ultra-High Performance Epoxy Resin Sealant for Wellbore Integrity Applications M. Alkhamis, A.H. Imqam, Missouri U. of Science and Technology; M. Milad, U. Teknologi Malaysia
2340-1200 Projects, Facilities & Construction Invited Presenter- Muhammad Hatta M. Mhd Yusof, I. Aslam, M. Ros, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.; A. Tumiran, PETRONAS
1200-1220 199182 Production & Operations High Clearance Dissolvable Plug Overcoming Downhole Restriction Doing Squeeze Cementing in North Sea N. Jin, Vertechs Oil & Gas Technology Co., Ltd.
14:00 - 15:30
P06  Panel Session 6: Case Studies and Lessons Learnt Pullman One
Moderator(s) Megan Lawson - Environmental Resources Mgmt, Mashitah Md Jais - PETRONAS
Speaker(s) Ajj Tularak - Chevron Thailand E&P Ltd, Juzer Noman - IEV, Izrie Ghazali - PETRONAS, Michael Vincent Murray - PSE Kinsale Energy Ltd.
Case studies have always been one of the most compelling ways to hear about and learn from the direct experiences of leading industry experts and practitioners in the industry. In this panel session, we will gain insights into successes and challenges associated with case studies drawn from the region.

The need for the decommissioning phase to be planned and executed in collaboration with key stakeholders, like shareholders, employees, community, and regulators, has never been greater than now. Notably, the perceptions of what constitutes success and what aligns with the concept of creating a sustainable future can vary depending on what role or responsibility you have in regards to facility decommissioning.

In this panel session, we will hear from several case studies that will help demystify what constitutes success in decommissioning, and what strategic decisions were made regarding the requisite collaborations to achieve that success. These case studies will put a spotlight on the level of collaboration and planning that is required, and emphasise that even the most elegant technical solutions for decommissioning are unlikely to be successfully implemented, if insufficient partnering and collaboration has taken place.


Ajj Tularak
Manager Asset Retirement
Chevron Thailand E&P Ltd

Juzer Noman
Managing Director

Izrie Ghazali
Country Manager, Mauritania 

Michael Murray
Head of Engineering & Projects 
PSE Kinsale Energy Ltd

Time Paper # Presentation
199173 Projects, Facilities & Construction Decommissioning Planning for the Kinsale Head Gas Field, Offshore Ireland M.V. Murray, PSE Kinsale Energy Ltd.
14:00 - 15:30
TS06  Technical Session 6: Technology Development Pullman Two
Session Chairpersons Devi Putra - PT Pertamina, Mohd Izzat Mohd Thiyahuddin - PETRONAS Research Sdn Bhd
Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1420 199228 Production & Operations Bismuth Abandonment Plugs: The Possibilities are Endless J. Fulks, P.J. Carragher, H. Prapoo, BiSN Oil Tools
1420-1440 199230 Drilling Successful Application of an Engineered Fluid Cement Setting Base for Rigless Abandonment C. Webber, A. Mackay, Halliburton
1440-1500 199185 Projects, Facilities & Construction Removing Uncertainty from Cutting of Piles and Structures F. Spence, J. Stoddard, D.M. MacWilliam, D.J. Anderson, Claxton Engineering Services Ltd.
1500-1520 199186 Production & Operations Permanent Distributed Fiber Optic Sensors (DFOS) for Pro-Active Abandonment Subsurface Monitoring M.H. Mad Zahir, K. Abdul Aziz, A. Ghazali, M. Abd Rahim, M. Muhammed, PETRONAS Research Sdn. Bhd.
15:30 - 16:00
eP05  ePoster_Session 5 Foyer, Level 3
Time Paper # Presentation
1530-1600 199211 Drilling An Unconventional Study on the Bond Strength of the Casing/Cement Interface and the Benefits of Nanoparticle Additives M. Ritchie, G. Hareland, V.N. Kjeldal, Oklahoma State U.; R. Nygaard, U. of Oklahoma
1530-1600 199171 Production & Operations Well Abandonment and Subsequent Elimination of Sustained B-Annulus Pressure: A Case Study P. Saikia, U.A. Dutta, P. Gogoi, P.P. Maut, D. Pathak, R. Tumung, H.K. Dutta, Oil India Ltd.
16:00 - 17:30
TS07  Technical Session 7: Celebrating Success: Well P&A Pullman One
Session Chairpersons Ahmad Zawawi - PETRONAS, Afriandi Eka Prasetya - SKK Migas
Time Paper # Presentation
1600-1620 199175 Production & Operations Successful P&A Cement Bullhead Jobs Across the High Temperature and Long Perforation Interval Wells in the Gulf of Thailand T. Sirirrattanachatchwan, W. Pattarachupong, W. Wiwatanapataphee, C. Tankul, A. Choodesh, S. Direkmahamongkol, PTTEP; T. Charoensil, EMAS Energy
1620-1640 199196 Drilling Subsurface Plug and Abandonment Disconnect Tool: Case History, Angola J.A. Urdaneta, A. Neto, D. Fontoura, Halliburton
1640-1700 Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility Invited Presenter S.A. Canny, Weatherford
1700-1720 199200 Production & Operations Knowledge and Experiences Combined under One Hood: Lessons Learned from Peninsular Malaysia Well Abandonment Campaign S. Zulkipli, L. Saw, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.
16:00 - 17:30
TS08  Technical Session 8: Case Studies: Facilities Pullman Two
Session Chairpersons Sy Hairil Hafiz - PETRONAS, Ian Crapper - Claxton Engineering
Time Paper # Presentation
1600-1620 199178 Projects, Facilities & Construction Abandonment and Decommission Practice of China Bohai Bay: Working Flow Optimised and Cost Reduction H. Xu, X. Li, C. Wang, H. Deng, Z. Liu, CNOOC Energy Technology & Services Ltd., Drilling & Production Branch; D. Ji, Northeast Petroleum U.; D. Miao, H. Sun, Z. Xu, J. Zhang, CNOOC Energy Technology & Services Ltd., Drilling & Production Branch
1620-1640 Production & Operations Invited Presenter- Muammar Gadafi Othman M. Othman, S. Omar, I. Mohd Zain, Vestigo Petroleum Sdn. Bhd.
1640-1700 199177 Projects, Facilities & Construction Crane Suspended Transportation: An Effective Way to Remove Offshore Platforms P. Samudero, V. Capurso, R. Zoontjes, Heerema Marine Contractors
1700-1720 199181 Production & Operations Challengeable Engineering Design of a Deck for Coiled Tubing Well Abandonment on a Dynamic Positioning Barge E. Bahrami, M. Seyednia, A. Mosallaie Barzoki, A. Zangenehvar, S. Rabbani, Mehran Engineering and Well Services Co.